During our trip to Trivandrum and Kanyakumari, we visited the beautiful Padmanabha Palace. This was the palace of the Kings of Kerela.

The Palace covers a very large area and only about 25% of the palace is open to the Public. The rest of the Palace is used as Government Office.

The complete Palace has Tile Roofs, Once you enter the Palace, one can experience the grandeur of the Royal Family.

On the Palace Grounds

On the Palace Grounds
On the Palace GroundsOn the Palace Grounds

Around the Palace

Around the Palace

Inside the Palace

Inside the PalaceDeepshree Inside the PalaceDeepshree Inside the PalacePillars Inside the Palace

Jhula (Swing) Inside the Palace

Royal Dance Room

Royal Dance RoomRoyal Dance RoomRoyal Dance Room

One beautiful Lamp

One beautiful LampOne beautiful Lamp

Ranoo at the Palace

Ranoo at the Palace

More Wood Work

More Wood WorkMore Wood Work

There are lots of Stair all over the Palace

There are lots of Stair all over the Palace

And outside the Palace

Outside the Palace


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